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If you’re serious about a long, rewarding career in insurance, make sure you’re part of NIBA’s Young Professionals network.
On Friday 20 May, the Victorian broking community gathered together at the Crown Melbourne to network and celebrate achievements in a very challenging market.
The Federal Government and Queensland Government have announced last week a further joint $720 million package to provide continuing support to Queensland's flood recovery.
QBE shares their advice on how the hard insurance market is an opportunity for brokers to take a proactive attitude towards risk show the value of their service and build strong relationships.
The National Insurance Brokers Association is the peak representative body for the intermediated insurance industry in Australia. NIBA represents approximately 450 member firms and 15,000 individual brokers including large, multinational insurance brokers, Australian broker networks, and small to medium-sized businesses located in cities, and regional areas right around Australia.Learn More
Membership of the National Insurance Brokers Association (NIBA) guarantees support and opportunities for brokers at every stage of their careers. When you belong to NIBA as an individual practitioner, or as a member of staff at a NIBA Principal brokerage, the quality and scope of services offered far exceeds the membership fee.Join Now
NIBA launched the 2022 Insurance Brokers Code of Practice on 1 March 2022, with the Code taking effect on 1 November 2022. Given the significant updates to the Code, this period allows Code Subscribers time to understand and implement the new obligations within their organisations. The 2014 Insurance Brokers Code of Practice will be in effect until 31 October 2022.Download
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